House of "Squire" Samuel Tarbox, Westport, ca. 1845
Contributed by Westport Island History Committee
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House and barns of "The Squire" Samuel Tarbox, now the Squire Tarbox Inn in Westport Island Maine. Samuel Tarbox is pictured standing in the road wearing the tall hat.
The original house, pictured as the ell, was built about 1763 and was purchased by Tarbox in 1806 from Stephen Parsons. The first expansion (the addition behind the front, main house) came soon after and served as the kitchen until 1956. About 1825, Tarbox built the main building.
Samuel Tarbox was born February 10, 1780 and died February 3, 1861 and was a wealthy land trader, fish merchant, town official and gentleman farmer on Westport Island.
- Title: House of "Squire" Samuel Tarbox, Westport, ca. 1845
- Creator: Tarbox, Valentine
- Creation Date: circa 1845
- Subject Date: circa 1845
- Town: Westport Island
- County: Lincoln
- State: ME
- Media: black and white photograph
- Dimensions (cm): 12.5 x 17.5
- Local Code: TarInn.Photo.1.c1845
- Collection: Squire Tarbox Inn Collection
- Object Type: Image
For more information about this item, contact:
Westport Island History Committee
6 Fowles Point Road, Westport Island, ME 04578
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LC Subject Headings
Stone walls--Maine--Westport Island
Tarbox, Samuel, 1780-1861--Homes and haunts--Maine--Westport Island
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